POST AWARD GUIDELINES
If your proposal has been denied, view it as an encouragement not a failure. As part of the official letter of denial, you are also likely to receive specific comments regarding your proposals. Use these comments to improve your proposal for the next grant cycle and your chances of success will increase considerably. Be sure to notify the Director of Academic Enrichment about the funding agency's decision.
Forward a copy of the official award document to the Director of Academic Enrichment who will then forward a copy to the Provost.
If budget revisions are necessary they should be made before the implementation of the grant. The Principle Investigator is responsible for following all OMB circulars (OMB A-21; OMB A-110, and OMB A-133), federal laws, state laws and university guidelines, implementing the project, and insuring the programmatic and fiscal compliance for the project. In addition, comply with the grant reporting guidelines as set forth by the granting agency.
Internal Reporting Requirements
The Principle Investigator will be responsible for submitting to the Academic Research Director a final Annual Report that includes a description of the relevant project activities.
The Annual Reports must be submitted to the Office of Academic Enrichment via email and are due at the conclusion of the project or by June 30 of the year that internal grant funding regarding Cameron Research, Faculty Development, and Innovative Instructional Grants was awarded. Failure to comply with this requirement will compromise eligibility for future internal funding.